Wednesday 17th July 2024

Euro 2024-Faith, Football & Eternity…

Amongst the controversy, England have exhibited flashes of inspiration when it matters and now Southgate’s men find themselves in an historic overseas final against a brilliant Spanish team. Bellingham, Kane, Saka and Watkins have noticeably scored vital goals and Pickford has been instrumental in saving them. Keeping a clean sheet Few keepers maintain a clean […]

Thinking Beyond Wimbledon

It seems strange that Wimbledon will not be able to be viewed either live or from our homes this year. Only last year, on the opening day of the tournament, a talented teenager by the name of Cori Kauff gained victory over her opponent and heroine Venus Williams in an entertaining match that brought out […]

The Moral Argument for God

Why is it that there are so many books on the subject of crime in most bookstores? And why is there no shortage of series, films, documentaries, and even theatrical performances centred around crime, policing, detectives and solving murders? Crime is not good, and evil is the deprivation of that which is good, so why […]

How to Respond Meaningfully to Sermons

So often we listen to an encouraging and useful sermon but either forget the telic point (the overarching purpose of the passage) within a week, or fail to respond to it practically. I speak for myself, first and foremost here; guilty as charged! How then can we use what we have learnt and apply it […]

Joy in the Lord

In the book of Philippians, Paul exudes joy despite the most challenging circumstances. Ordinarily, for someone to speak of their joy whilst imprisoned; it would be fair to assume that they were either venting sarcasm or blindly deluded. Not so with Paul who carefully lays out the reasons for his joy in the Lord in […]

Hebrews 10:24-25 Fellowshipping all the more as the Day approaches

We are encouraged to consider one another to stir up love and good works. Similarly Paul wrote to the Galatians, “Therefore as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith (Galatians 6:10).” So how can we bless others, stir up love and good works […]

Initiating Gospel Conversations

Often we are encouraged to share the gospel with others, yet we can struggle at first with how, where, when and with whom to start. However, if we know God and are willing to be used by God, He can use us as He wills and the short answer is anywhere and everywhere. Sometimes starting […]